Emory Law gives you the tools and experience for a range of legal careers.
Whether you are looking for a traditional career or taking a different path, Emory Law equips you with a practical and theoretical understanding of the law. Through our signature academic programs, clinics, externships, simulation courses, and other experiential learning opportunities, we offer real-world experiences that build your knowledge and skills.
Our professors have unique backgrounds and interests—from protecting the environment and natural resources to uncovering the intersection of law and religion. But they all share a culture of openness and collaboration, both with their students and with each other.
Center for Transactional Law and Practice
Emory Law's Center for Transactional Law and Practice is at the forefront of educating students and professionals on topics related to business transactions. Learn more »
Emory Law School Supreme Court Advocacy Project
The Emory Law School Supreme Court Advocacy Project (ELSSCAP) is the only student-run Supreme Court litigation project in the United States, producing persuasive petitions for certiorari and amicus briefs in a broad range of practice areas. Learn more »
Environmental and Natural Resources Law
Emory’s Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program provides students a comprehensive educational experience in which to study a wide array of environmental law issues.
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Global Health Law and Policy Project
The Global Health Law and Policy Project provides a unique multidisciplinary platform for developing, exploring, and evaluating global health initiatives.
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Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques
The Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques integrates the second-year law student's existing knowledge of substantive evidence with the introduction of practical trial skills through a "learn-by-doing" format. Learn more »
Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results (TI:GER®) Program
TI:GER unites law, economics, management, and science and engineering graduate students in a classroom and research environment to consider the multidisciplinary process of taking inventions from the lab to the marketplace. Learn more »